The School of Contemporary Humanities is a new addition to this year’s Subversive Festival. Its aim is to establish an interdisciplinary scope of rethinking the problems of neoliberal capitalism. Registrations are opened until April 18th 2014.
In continuation with the last year's accompanying music program, Subversive Festival in collaboration with Žedno uho brings to Zagreb the activist and charismatic musician – Rachid Taha.
Presentation of the book by Bojana Kunst, the debate on the status of contemporary art...
Chief editor of one of the most influential journals for visual culture will share with us his experiences in directing and editing.
W. J. T. Mitchell will discuss the power of images in political arena.
In the last years the modus of performance acts intensified, as it was the case with the political performances in the 1960s.
Art in all historical epochs has the task of being more than art. It can never be either autonomous or heteronymous.
What is visual culture or visual studies? Is it an emergent discipline, a passing moment of interdisciplinary turbulence, rhetoric and communication, art history, or aesthetics?
On November 7-11, 2013, Zagreb will host outstanding visual studies theoreticians from around the world as part of the program Visual Studies Today: The Power of Images.